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Netherlands-Bangladesh Investment Summit to begin tomorrow

A two-day investment summit is scheduled to be held from tomorrow to identify areas for potential collaboration in trade and investments among businesses of Bangladesh and the Netherlands, said a press release.

Termed Netherlands-Bangladesh Investment Summit, the event will have panelists discussing about key investment prospects and potential collaboration opportunities between the two nations.

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Figure: A two-day investment summit is scheduled to be held from tomorrow to identify areas for potential collaboration in trade and investments among businesses of Bangladesh and the Netherlands.

“It would serve as the perfect melting pot for corporations, small and medium enterprises (SME) and innovators to co-create value and absorb the immense learning opportunity for charting the new course of business collaboration,” according to the press statement.

The duo’s embassies concerned and the Netherlands Enterprise Agency (RVO) are organizing the event with active support from Larive International and LightCastle Partners.

The summit, to take place virtually, will be graced by top experts, policymakers and industry leaders, both from the Netherlands and Bangladesh.

It will be divided into three panels: agriculture & agro-food, light engineering, water & maritime, said the statement.

A Dutch-investment mapping report, in context of the bilateral economic engagements till date, will be launched at the end of the event.

The Embassy of Bangladesh, the Hague, the Netherlands, in collaboration with LightCastle Partners and Larive International will launch the report.

The report will cover key areas of accomplishment in the various industrial zones and economic arenas of Bangladesh and also earmark the possible scope of collaboration between private sectors from the two counterparts, said the press statement.

The maiden event takes place against the backdrop of a robust relationship between the two countries in various areas.

 

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